The Town School Library is used by students and faculty for research, instruction, homework, and recreational reading, and as a community space for the entire school. All members of the Town School community including students, parents, grandparents, siblings, and other family members are welcome to borrow books, videos, and audiobooks from the library.

The librarians teach a progressive program of skills instruction in all grades. Primary level activities are centered around literature appreciation while the middle grades concentrate on information and media literacy.

Town believes that everyone has a story to tell. In addition to improving cognitive capacity, reading promotes global competency and empathy. Check out this list of favorite stories from the Town School faculty. 

For more information about the Town School Library, please visit our blog at Or, contact the Town School librarians Kim Stuart, Director of Library Services,, (415) 746-1127 or Julie Alonso, Librarian,, (415) 746-1122. Current parents who are interested in becoming a library volunteer please contact parent volunteer coordinators Lisa Faber, and Misty Meyer,
Town is a Common Sense School, an honor that recognizes our efforts in teaching digital citizenship to young people and engaging the entire school community in this important discussion. The recognition acknowledges our school's commitment creating a culture of digital learning and citizenship.

Town School for Boys

2750 Jackson Street • San Francisco, CA • 94115
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Town School for Boys is an independent all-boys’ day school in San Francisco for students in grades K-8.  Town School admits students of any race, color, religion, or national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.